Never ever had an issue at my previous home. In fact the mail woman would drive up the driveway with a package that wouldn't fit in the box. I had a screened in porch she would drop it in. Lived in that house for 30 years. Nothing but happy with the service. This new home, many miles away...
Very nice when things come full circle. Not Cub related but a full circle story. A few years back I went to Florida to visit my folks. Dad, my uncle and I escaped the wives to an aviation museum. Passed a section of engined on motor stands. Uncle Dick saw one off in the distance and said...
I know John Deere has triple buggers and that Craftsman sell the identical bag kit. Maybe same is true for the Cub. Your going to want from weights... Grass in the rear makes for a light front steering
Thumbed threw ccspecialties website. I didn't see a section of MISC stuff. Did I not see something. I found the parts look-up for my machine ie frame, chassis, fender, grill. Couldn't find little aftermarket/upgraded stuff
Where I am, we get snow often. It is mostly a cold dry (light) snow. A 54 would be nice just to get the snow farther away of the tires when plow is angled. I probably wouldn't use it for full width plowing. I also added a Chain to run down the center of my front tire chains. It helps the...
Hmm, step two in the brochure looks so easy. They don't show the guy, on his back, trying to keep the rear fingers over the bar while he strains to lift forward bracket into the front of the tractor. OR I'm missing the big secret
This company makes a wide spout too. No pushing down to open the OEM spouts.
The biggest insult is, they keep raising prices. Interesting math, hmm we are losing business to the competition, we need to make money so let's raise prices to beat up the people that are still using us. Gov't...they are too distant from reality
With my Air Cooled engines that run a long time, I have no problem running single weight diesel oil in them. They don't have as many detergents as oil for gas engines but air cooled engines can run hot so diesel oil is happier in that environment.